Vancouver Fire battling smoky blaze on East 5th Ave.

WATCH: Firefighters spent Friday evening putting out hot spots after flames scorched a home and some neighbouring homes in East Vancouver. Catherine Urquhart reports.

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Vancouver Fire crews battled a two-alarm fire in East Vancouver that began Friday afternoon.

The fire, which began shortly after 4 p.m., was located in a home on the 2800-block of East 5th Avenue.

At least one person was rescued from the home and taken to hospital with smoke inhalation.

Video from the scene shows a lot of smoke and firefighters being scrubbed down.




Happening now. Fire fighters getting cleaned/ hosed down outside house fire in east vancouver @GlobalBC




Breaking. At least one rescued from house fire in east vancouver @GlobalBC



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Early action photos at scene of the  on E 5th Ave at Kaslo St - Millin See photos

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